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Clojure-contrib --------------- The user contributions library, clojure.contrib, is a collection of namespaces each of which implements features that we believe may be useful to a large part of the clojure community. Clojure-contrib is open source under the Eclipse Public License and is copyrighted by Rich Hickey and the various contributors. The official source repository for clojure-contrib is http://github.com/richhickey/clojure-contrib. Issues are maintained in the Assembla space at http://www.assembla.com/spaces/dashboard/index/clojure-contrib For the latest documentation of the capabilities and APIs available in clojure-contrib, please see http://richhickey.github.com/clojure-contrib/ General discussion occurs in the Clojure Google group (http://groups.google.com/group/clojure ) and developer discussions are in the Clojure Dev Google group (http://groups.google.com/group/clojure-dev ). Building Clojure-contrib ------------------------ To build clojure-contrib, download the files or clone the git repository. This library, clojure-contrib, has a dependency on Clojure: the clojure-lang JAR file. This is needed to compile the Clojure classes. Normally, it is specified using -Dclojure.jar=<path>. The build works as follows: ant -Dclojure.jar=<path> This will produce a clojure-contrib.jar file that you can add to your classpath. The nightly-build and stable-build targets are intended for use on the Tapestry360 continuous integration server (http://tapestry.formos.com/bamboo ). They require the presense of the Maven Ant Tasks in the Ant lib folder. Clojure-contrib Versions ------------------------ There are currently two versions of clojure-contrib, stored in separate branches on github. The master branch represents the latest and greatest contrib code and is tied to the master branch of clojure (http://github.com/richhickey/clojure ). If you're using this branch, you'll want to be sure to keep your clojure and clojure-contrib code in sync, though breaking changes between them are pretty rare in practice. The clojure-1.0-compatible branch is designed to stay compatible with clojure release 1.0. New contrib features may be added to this branch, at the discretion of the contributors, but not necessarily. If you wish to stay on a "standard release" of clojure, this is the branch for you. Clojure-contrib Committers -------------------------- The following people are committers to the official clojure-contrib repositiory: Tom Faulhaber Stephen Gilardi Christophe Grand Rich Hickey Konrad Hinsen Stuart Holloway Chris Houser David Miller Stuart Sierra Frantisek Sodomka